Cala Fornells, Mallorca, Spain

Son Siurana

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Son Siurana

  • Address: Ctra Palma - Alcúdia km 42.8, Alcúdia, 07400
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A few kilometres before you arrive in Alcúdia from Palma de Mallorca, you pass through a beautiful valley between foothills of the Tramuntana mountains. Here, on the side of the northern slopes, you'll find the farm Son Siurana where the old stone buildings have been converted into unique modern accommodation while retaining many of the characteristics of the Mallorcan style.

This remains a mixed working farm, concerned with both agriculture and livestock, and it offers a warm and friendly environment for people looking for a peaceful break, short or long. For touring the local area or further afield, it would be best to hire a car, and you can plan your outings with our interactive maps.

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